Supreme Court Justice David Souter once famously told a congressional committee that "the day you see a camera come into our courtroom, it's going to roll over my dead body." But in this age of transparency, attorney Brian Wommack argues, isn't it high time we invited cameras, and thus the American people, into the Supreme Court? The public is missing out, he says -- and most of them probably have no idea what they are missing.
Commentary: Let the People See Justice
December 3, 2007